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Capital Gains: Austin flush with credit card debt, goodwill and refreshed java

On page 3 of our weekly edition we print Capital Gains — a column of interesting tidbits from Austin's business sector. This week we look at Austin's increasing — perhaps alarming — use of credit, a …
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Austin Energy is headed to Mueller with $150M new HQ

The 275,000-square-foot headquarters will be next to the new Texas Mutual Insurance headquarters.
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Journal Profile: Why Dan Cabela never joined the $4B family business

Need to connect with Dan Cabela, a member of the family that founded the Cabela's outdoor chain and now a successful design executive in Austin? Ask about his passion for the hunting, the Denver Bron…
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How will new Apple campus affect Williamson County?

Austin-area leaders react to the impact of Apple's new $1 billion campus in North Austin, and what it means for fast-growing Williamson County.
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What we know so far about the $1B campus Apple is planning at Robinson Ranch

133 acres would be turned into an office campus for the iPhone maker, with more than a third preserved as green space.
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1,800 companies left California in a year — with most bound for Texas

A record number of companies are leaving California for states with a better business climate. Texas is the No. 1 destination, and it's not just because of taxes.
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SKU changes leaders as it gears up for 7th cohort

SKU is helping Austin's startup scene diversify beyond tech. More than 400 companies have already applied to join its next class.
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$1B Apple campus coming to North Austin

Apple Inc. plans to build a $1 billion office campus in North Austin, not far from where it already has a major corporate hub. The company announced at 2 a.m. local time Dec. 13 that the new 133-acr…
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Rooftop Newsletter: Behind the Curtain

by Tom Marullo “Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!” It’s an iconic line from the Wizard of Oz, when Dorothy and her companions discover the true identity of the Wizard and get a glimpse…
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Big corporate hub modeled after Italian village moves step closer to reality in Georgetown

A city official said Wolf Lakes Village's potential for 5.3 million square feet of development would provide higher densities and values than traditional shopping centers.
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The Austin Look: Start building your work wardrobe for 2019

The approach many people take when building a work wardrobe is to try and try again until something magically fits. Then they buy it (or something similar) in five colors and never look back. That w…
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Resideo to put headquarters in East Austin

With annual revenue of nearly $5 billion, it will be one of the largest public companies based in the Texas capital.
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Fairmont Austin construction nightmare: new details unearthed in big-dollar lawsuit

The construction of the Fairmont Austin hotel was beset by cost overruns, a delayed opening and bad blood. A new lawsuit filed by the developer against the general contractor sheds more light on just…
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Austin election results: Next City Council to feature more urbanists but no conservatives

Central Texas' 2018 election season wrapped up Tuesday night with runoff elections for a handful of races, including three spots on Austin City Council. According to multiple media reports, Austin C…
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Former Bazaarvoice CEO to run Houston tech firm

Houston-based Quorum Software, which provides finance, operations and accounting software to energy companies, has hired the former president and CEO of Austin-based marketing technology company Baza…
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